or so I’ve been told. But in a world designed for a family of four, it still has its challenges. It’s enough kids that other parents feel confident coming to you for advice (but not as many as to classify you as “really religious or something”). I often get asked what it’s like having three kids. Many parents (myself included, pre-third child) couldn’t imagine being outnumbered by their children.
The truth is, I never felt in control. Not with one child. Not with two. So why should three be any different?
I have a school aged son, a daughter in kindergarten and a toddler. Every day I feel so so busy and so so bored at the same time (it should be a new emotion. Or maybe it already is and maybe it’s the true definition of “stay-at-home mom”). I spend all day running in
circles triangles trying to keep up with them.
I created this blog in an effort to become a one-stop resource for other parents struggling to keep up.
Because no matter how many children you have, they will always have more energy, more emotions, more boo-boos, more opinions and more questions than you. YOU WILL ALWAYS BE OUTNUMBERED.
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